FOMO, we all get it sometimes. No one wants to miss out on what’s going on around them both in real life and on social media. Ephemeral content creatively capitalizes on this feeling. 56% of people are afraid of missing out on events, news, and other important status updates if they are away from their phones. It’s no coincidence that 51% of people visit social media more often than they did two years ago.
If you were allowed to add more of one thing to your life what would it be? For many of us, the answer probably has something to do with having more time on our hands. Well, I’m not a genie, but audio content provides you with the means to be one step closer to having more time to listen to, and do, the things you love most.
Texting is the latest buzz in the digital marketing world - quite literally. Many of us use it as our main form of communication, which makes it a naturally good platform for businesses to leverage. Text message marketing puts information right in front of the viewer, and catches their attention through direct notifications. In the US, over 6 billion text messages are sent and received every day, and on top of that, the average adult spends about 23 hours a week texting.
Experiential marketing is a tangible, fresh, and creative addition to basic marketing campaigns. Your audience will have the opportunity to interact with your brand and experience it in a way they may not otherwise be able to with traditional marketing. Plus, your business has the opportunity to create amazing experiences that build trust and loyalty with your current customers and entice future customers to learn more about your brand. Talk about memories.
The art and science of putting words on a page is one of the most important in the history of the world. Over the course of history, writing has proven itself worthy of recognition for its capability to fuel growth, incite emotions, and communicate to audiences of all sizes. Writing has played a vital role in nearly every aspect of history, at least that we know about - because it was recorded… I mean think about it, where would we be without writing and documentation?
“What gets measured gets improved”—a phrase more or less attributed to management expert Peter Drucker. Though its origin isn’t written in stone, this piece of wisdom has withstood the test of time because it’s 100% true.